Got to love Teddy
Gotta love Teddy "Eat potatoes and jello, be a champ!"
Grooming a replacement?
I made sure to pick a mate she doesn't really like.
You obviously have never watch a romcom, thats how they all start. Is your food tasting a little bitter at the moment?
It was on my late wife's CC. She was the tech person and I had no idea that only a password was required to buy anything.
My wife is in the same boat - if I wasn't around, she'd have little to no idea how the house works.
I've clued in a good mate of mine about the tehcnology landscape of our place. He's smart enough to take it from there.
Grooming a replacement?
I'd choose Wellington over any other city in a heart beat, not just because I'm from here but because other cities in NZ don't have much going for them to be fair. Auckland's a big city with no heart, Hamilton is New Zealand's Canberra and cities in the South are just so damn cold and bitter. Wellington has the best of everything IMO and the most entertaining rugby team.
and thats just the women
Jeebus, I'm considering retirement as no.1 at this point in the season. This cannot be sustained!
The Leicester City of tipping?
Now that's what I'm used to, as they say shit will float to the top
Love Death & Robots
Netflix series that will probably remind viewers of my age and viewing habit of The Animatrix anthology.
This one is a little more varied in subject matter. The eps last anywhere from 5-15 minutes so you could binge it in an evening.
Mucho violence, heaps of nudity, and robots. Some really interesting animation styles from attempting sincere realism to quirky stuff as well.
Not one for the kids.
5 steampunk zeppelins out of 5 bioengineered pit fighting monsters.
Just finished watching the series. Very well done, it does remind me of the Heavy Metal comics. Looking forward to a new series
There's been a few old Clint's on foxtel recently. Watched High Plains Drifter the other night.
That's a goody but still probably not even his top five westerns.
Actually it's definitely not.
I'd go for....
Good the Bad and the Ugly
For a few dollars more
Outlaw Josey Wales
Fuck, there's some seriously good flicks that miss out. No room for Fistful of Dollars ( great fun but the 'sequels' just got better and better ) Joe Kidd, Hang em High or indeed High Plains Drifter...
Try the Beguiled, kind of a western, wounded union soldier in a confederate girls boarding school...
My 7 year old daughter absolutely loves Whacko Jacko's music, but knows nothing about his sordid past, so question to the fern, When do I ruin her childhood?
chances are you already have
One day at a time, I will slowly break her down, to allow a full blown explosion when she reaches her teens